Could you make a difference?
Published: 24 December 2019
Could you be a Surrey County Councillor?
Are you passionate about your community? Want to make a difference? What matters most to you in your area? Is it ensuring that children have the best start in life, making the roads safer or improving services for older people? Are you passionate about being the voice for residents and improving services for your community? If so, being a Surrey County Councillor could be for you. Why not start the New Year finding out if you could be your area's next county councillor.
Find out more about becoming a councillor
If you're not sure what's involved you can visit the 'becoming a councillor' web page for more information which includes answers to frequently asked questions, and links to useful resources from the Local Government Association.
Come along to an event to find out more
There will be a 'becoming a councillor' event that will include practical information on the support available to councillors and the electoral process, alongside talks from existing members and the opportunity to meet with representatives from the political groups.
It's free to come along but tickets are available on Eventbrite.
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